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Harddisks C and D seems to be switched.

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Inside there are three harddisks: C - D - E.

E is for recovery.

C = 118GB (SSD disk) and D = 1TB (HDD disk)

It seems that C is the normal drive to put in the programs (it is there are allready) but when I transfer from my old computer he says: no more space available.

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@Lowuz,

In his remarks, @banhien pointed out the 2 partitions on the SSD ( C and E).  The SSD's speed makes the boot process very fast.  He also pointed out the data drive is for storage. The data drive is a SATAIII, capable of 6Gb/s speeds.  Maybe it's not documented, or explained properly, as this question is repeatedly asked. 

 

Your can re-assign folders to the data drive.

1) Select "Settings"

2) In the "Find a setting" box type "storage", then click on "Default save locations"

From that menu, you can assign the New apps, and various folders.

 

I hope both replies helped.

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Hi,

 

The followin link shows specs of your computer:

 

   http://support.hp.com/hr-en/document/c05266944

 

It has one 128GB SD and one 1 TB HDD physically.

 

The SSD has two partitions

 

C: for Windows and othe programs and normally we install new programs on C:

E: For Recovery partition, please do not touch to it

 

The HDD (D:) should be empty and you can store your files/data on it (vieos, musics, documents ...)

 

Where do you transfer data/files from your old computer to  ? C: on new computer is too small, please only transfer files/data from your old computer to 😧

 

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BH
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@Lowuz,

In his remarks, @banhien pointed out the 2 partitions on the SSD ( C and E).  The SSD's speed makes the boot process very fast.  He also pointed out the data drive is for storage. The data drive is a SATAIII, capable of 6Gb/s speeds.  Maybe it's not documented, or explained properly, as this question is repeatedly asked. 

 

Your can re-assign folders to the data drive.

1) Select "Settings"

2) In the "Find a setting" box type "storage", then click on "Default save locations"

From that menu, you can assign the New apps, and various folders.

 

I hope both replies helped.

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thank you for answering my question i was thinking in that way but your help was very pleased and accept

 

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even your answer help me a lot

 

thankyou

 

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